5 pm – 10 pm
Come along this Thursday for our monthly Pottery Party, we’ll be here til 10pm making the most of the long Summer days.
Whether you are on your own, or in a group, here to relax, paint a gift or socialise – we are here to help.
Bring a bottle and snacks if you like, we’ve got the glasses.
Whether your painting a present for Dad, or bringing him in for some quality Family time, we’re here to help make sure he gets treated like a King!
Bring your Dad in to paint on Sunday 21st June and we’ll treat him to complimentary Chocolate Cake and Coffee.
lf you’re painting him a present, try and get in before Thursday 18th June so we have enough time to glaze and fire your master piece.
Foot and hand prints from little ones make perfect memory capturing gifts. Every Thursday is Baby Day where we off a £2.50 studio fee for people doing baby foot prints on pottery, give us a call and book if you’d like to come along!
Join us in celebrating the start of June and our new Thursday late night opening. We will stay open the first Thursday of the month for a bit of pottery fun. Bring your own bottle to help those creative juices flow! Whether you are on your own, or in a group, to relax, paint a gift or socialise – we are here to help.
Booking is essential. Make 4th June a date.
We had a great start to our fringe throwing event last weekend. Full up with lots of happy budding potters!
There are some tickets left so email or call the Fringe Box Office - 01273 91 72 72 – so you can have a go too!
If you can’t make it in May then remember we have taster throwing sessions throughout the week.
We are fortunate to be in the Brighton Pavilion Constituency and voted in the first Green Party MP in the last election. What we now recognise is that having a principled, articulate, tenacious woman MP, can inspire us all to become involved in the democratic process. Even if that is just turning up at the polling station on May 7th.
If you know anyone in the Brighton Pavilion area let them know re-electing Caroline Lucas could be one of the most important political actions of their life. For the first time we have the possibility of having a number of women MPs fighting for change within the political system – fighting for equality – for a more just society – fighting for our planet. Let’s join them if we can!